|Mike Wayne - Understanding Film. Marxist Perspectives|
From the introduction:"Marxism and Film share at least one thing in common: they are bothinterested in the masses. Film it is true speaks to the masses rathermore routinely, underpinned as it is by the institutional infrastructureof capital and state support (even where the state professes its beliefin that phantom, the ‘free’ market), by a technology that multipliesand extends the reach of communication and through vernacularcinematic forms that knit together a variety of widely circulateds...
Keywords: film theory; Marxism
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Keywords: james elkins; film theory; interactivos08
|Quirky Turning Queer: "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" - adam fieled|
A review of the 2008 film "The Perks of Being a Wallflower."
Keywords: american cinema; film theory; cultural criticism
|HUGO LEEB PRESENTS LILIAN GISH IN VICTOR SEASTROM GHOST HORSE ONE - rudolf tress re edited by|
GHOST HORSE re edited by Rudolf Tress from the Lilian Gish film WIND WITH NEW MUSIC COMPOSED BY Bernard Herrmannstory of waif left to the incessant unnerving sandstorm in the final stages of starving to death goes through visions of love, hope and murder of the man who confesses his love. A classic at the advent of sound film brings the screen alive with palpable emotions all of which are literally blownaway with the WIND when the inevitable climax takes the viewer by surprise
Keywords: GHOST HORSE; lilian gish; feature films; film theory
|What is Film-Philosophy? Round Table - Film-Philosophy|
[The audio recording is of variable quality as we have had to remove a lot of background hiss and static. Please accept our apologies] Held on Monday 12th October 2009, 5.30 - 7.00 pm, University of St Andrews, Scotland. Participants Dr Robert Sinnerbrink (Philosophy, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia) Dr John Mullarkey (Philosophy, University of Dundee) Professor Berys Gaut (Philosophy, University of St Andrews) Dr David Martin-Jones (Film Studies, University of St Andrews) Dr William Bro...
Keywords: Film; Philosophy; Film-Philosophy; St Andrews; Film Theory
|The Art of the Moving Picture - Vachel Lindsay|
LibriVox recording of The Art of the Moving Picture by Vachel Lindsay. "This 1922 book by poet and sometime cultural critic Vachel Lindsay might have been the first to treat the then-new medium of moving pictures as an art form, one that was potentially as rich, complex, mysterious as far older ones, and whose physical and aesthetic properties were only starting to be understood. The highlight of the book might be “The Motion Picture of Fairy Splendor,” which examines the relationship betwee...
Keywords: librivox; audiobook; non-fiction; film; cinema; movies; film theory
|Crosley Bendix Arts Review - www.mdcberlin.org|
Crosley Bendix, Cultural Reviewer and Director of Stylistic Premonitions for the Universal Media Netweb, presents an arts review of Film and its meaning. Originally sampled from Negativland's Over the Edge Recordings. Visual accompanyment provided by archive.org. Montage created by Media Decompression Collective Berlin. "All films should be considered dreams, and as such, should be taken no more or less seriously than dreams, with regard to their effect on our waking life." For more information ...
Keywords: Negativland; Crosley Bendix; Arts Review; Film Theory; Over the Edge; Media Decompression Berlin
|La Cuarta Metafora - Rafael MARZIANO|
Ensayo sobre Cinematografia, que hace referencias al concepto de Meta¡fora manejado por Borges, al conocepto de paradigma holografico manejado por Friotof Capra, y apoyado en textos de Karl Jung, con numerosos ejemplos sobre el arte cinematografico.
Keywords: Jorge Luis Borges,Karl Jung,Friotof Capra,Pawel Floreanski,Film Theory
|Orchard Park and Other Works - Tom Fahy|
Keywords: Meta-Narrative; Literary Fiction; Narrative Cryptography; Information Management; Literary Criticism; Film Theory
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|Objects, Networks, and Materiality (Roundtable Discussion) - Jeffrey Cohen (George Washington University), Laurie Finke (Kenyon College), Julie Orlemanski (Boston College), Elizabeth Blake (New York University), Valerie Allen (John Jay College of Justice, CUNY), Kellie Robertson (University of Wisconisn-Madison), Lowell Duckert (George Washington University)|
Recording of a roundtable discussion session, sponsored by George Washington University's Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute, mediated by Jeffrey J. Cohen, and held at the 46th International Congress on Medieval Studies (Kalamazoo, Michigan) on 12 May 2011. The roundtable features remarks by Laurie Finke ("The Parliament of Things"), Julie Orlemanski ("Things Without Faces"), Valerie Allen ("Medieval Nets"), Elizabeth Blake ("Passionate Matter"), Kellie Robertson ("Remediating Matter"),...
Keywords: objects; networks; materiality; early modern physics; Bruno Latour; thing theory; faciality; allegory; psyche; personification; film theory; Bernard of Clairvaux; embodiment; magnetism; premodern discourses on the passions; new materialisms; remediation; eco-composition; inter-glacial relations
|Historical Poetics of Cinema - David Bordwell|
Historical Poetics of Cinema - David Bordwell
Keywords: poetics; theory; slab; film; cinematic; historical; bordwell; cinema; concepts; university; slab theory; david bordwell; historical poetics; cinematic text; film theory; slab theorists; classical hollywood; sauve qui; princeton university; neoformahst poetics
|Psychoanalysis And Cinema - The Imaginary Discourse - Charles F. Altman|
Psychoanalysis And Cinema - The Imaginary Discourse - Charles F. Altman
Keywords: film; mirror; imaginary; image; cinema; metz; psychoanalytic; kuntzel; dream; metaphor; psychoanalytic semiotics; mirror stage; mirror image; dangerous game; viewing situation; sound track; mirror metaphor; imaginary relationship; film theory; classical narrative
|Studying Contemporary American Film - A Guide To Movie Analysis - Thomas Elsaesser & Warren Buckl|
Studying Contemporary American Film - A Guide To Movie Analysis - Thomas Elsaesser & Warren Buckl
Keywords: film; narrative; analysis; scene; classical; contemporary; shot; hollywood; films; american; contemporary american; studying contemporary; american film; die hard; statistical style; style analysis; film theory; jurassic park; classical hollywood; video game
|French Cinema - A Students Guide|
French Cinema - A Students Guide
Keywords: french; cinema; film; films; les; hire; monsieur; sequence; guide; des; french cinema; french films; monsieur hire; film theory; manchester university; sequence analysis; french film; politique des; les enfants; jury prize
|GLACK - Tanja Visosevic and Adam Zaretsky, This film was made while conducting research at SymbioticA The School of Anatomy and Human Biology’s Art & Science Collaborative Lab in The University of Western Australia, Perth www.symbiotica.uwa.edu.au We would particularly like to thank the technical aid and aesthetic flexibility of CTEC- Clinical Training and Education Center. UWA’s state of the art training facility for surgeons for training us in Endoscopy and allowing GLACK to happen in The Hill International Medical & Surgical Workshop. www.ctec.uwa.edu.au|
GLACK An Endoscopic Video Tanja Visosevic and Adam Zaretsky 19 minutesGLACK is a wet and fleshbound tour through the underside of your meatness. The soft and gooey tunnels and alien landscapes are simply to measure your GLACK response. Many people seem to have a nauseating interest in the GLACK effect. This is the non-verbal GLACK Attraction and GLACK Repulsion we humans feel when seeing what is in under the skin. Shot with a long rubber endoscope, GLACK reminds us all that we are fle...
Keywords: Adam Zaretsky; Tanja Visosevic; film theory; bioart; video art; radical; gastronomy; endoscope; creative; misuse; technology; medical; theatre; glack; ugly; unnamable: MONOMANIA; food; art; medical visualization; garfield; jpop; morbid; abstraction; raw; science fiction; culinary; surgery; stuffed; nausea; cathexis; visceral; excrement; SymbioticA; The Hill International Medical & Surgical Workshop; ctec; uwa; Clinical Training and Education Center; perth; artsci; visualization; baroque; peas; mayo; burger; sex; film theory; video art; radical; gastronomy; endoscope; creative; misuse; technology; medical; theatre; glack
|CG01WhyPlayGames - Devin Polaski|
In this pilot episode I illustrate why games are my favorite form of art and entertainment, and why I feel the world would be a better place if we were all gamers. If you’re a gamer, you’re going to love how this show explores why the medium is so fantastic. If you’re not already a gamer, you might find yourself wanting to be one after listening.This is the Podcast version of this radio show. To access the full show notes, free music, and other interesting content related to this episode,...
Keywords: video games; gamer; game production; indie game the movie; phil fish; game studies; game theory; film theory; film studies; film production; adobe audition; logic pro; skyrim; starcraft; minecraft; journey; hardcore gamer; mobile games; iPhone; this american life; day9; jane mcgonigal; controller; citizen kane; star wars; wall-e; anakin skywalker; public radio